|The gorgeous Nicole Flint at Turffontein Race Course on yesterday where she got the inside track on this year’s Peermont Emperors Palace Charity Mile. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)|
The Peermont Emperors Palace Charity Mile one of Gauteng’s most glamorous horse racing events of the year brings together top racehorses, famous people and corporate sponsors in aid of charity.
The race will be run on Saturday, November 3. Flint will join 15 other celebrities in adding some glitz and glamour to this popular annual horse race which brings well-known personalities and horse racing together to benefit charity. Through this event 16 charities, 12 associated with Peermont, will each receive a share of R550 000 – the amount will depend in what position the race horse they are drawn with finishes in the race.
|Idols South Africa host ProVerb and former Miss South Africa, Nicole Flint (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)|
Idols South Africa host ProVerb and former Miss South Africa, Nicole Flint are just two of the celebrities gracing the racing extravaganza that sees 16 celebrities publically represent 16 horses for the benefit of 16 charitable organizations.
|Our celebs with two learners from Reahile Primary School, Ayanda Lekitlane (12) and Lufuno Radabe (12).|
|Peermont Corporate Affairs and CSI Executive, Vusi Zwane of Bryanston|
Peermont Corporate Affairs and CSI Executive, Vusi Zwane of Bryanston, pictured above, with with our celebs at Turffontein Race Course. While sixteen of the country’s top race horses battle it out it will be 16 charitable organizations that will be the big winners on the day.
About Peermont Hotels, Resorts and Casino's“As a company, Peermont approaches Corporate Social Investment and Responsibility (CSIR) as an integral part of the way we do business, and all our initiatives are aligned with the vision and mission of the Group.We have proudly witnessed learners of all ages graduate with honours, we have seen small businesses grow with our help and we have seen communities join hands to partner our initiatives. We commend our trustees and administrative staff on the selfless work they continue to do and are proud to announce that a total of R33 million was disbursed to a wide variety of underserved communities through our Trusts and CSIR Initiatives throughout the year.“
Group Corporate Affairs and CSI Executive